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(1901- 1934). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1901). Stage Play: My Lady Dainty. Drama. Written by Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Hoyt's Theatre: 8 Jan 1901- Feb 1901 (closing date unknown/39 performances). Cast: Edward Argyle, William Boag, Louise Bryant, Richard Dillon, William A. Evans, Willie Fink, Loretta Healy, Herbert Kelcey, Guy Bates Post [Broadway debut], Ethel Sanborn, Effie Shannon, Winona Shannon, Isabel Waldron, William Weston.

(1901). Stage Play: Manon Lescaut. Drama. Written by Theodore Burt [credited as Theordore Burt Sayre], from the novel by Abbé Prévost. Directed by Max Freeman. Wallack's Theatre: 19 Mar 1901- Apr 1901 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Frank Andrews, Harrison Armstrong, Louise Ayres, William Boag, John Boniface, Frank Davis, Richard Dillon, Henry Dumont, Sanford Dwight, William Evans, Master Fink, Peter Griswold, De Gray Harris, Emil Hoch, Herbert Kelcey, Fred Kerby, Gaston Mervale, May Monte Donico, Joseph Osborne, George C. Pearce, Frederick Perry, Guy Bates Post, Hugh Riley, Charles Robinson, Edith Sanborn, Effie Shannon, Winona Shannon, Isabel Waldron.

(1901). Stage Play: The Marriage Game. Written by Clyde Fitch, from the French of 'Emile Augier'. Victoria Theatre: 10 Dec 1901- Dec 1901 (closing date unknown/20 performances). Cast: Edwin Arden, 'Junius Brutus Booth', George Crowther, N. Darcy, H. De Barry, Grace Fisher, Jeffreys Lewis, Sadie Martinot, Guy Bates Post, Winchell Smith, Charles B. Welles, Annie Yeamans. Produced by Louis Nethersole.

(1902). Stage Play: Soldiers of Fortune. Drama. Written by Augustus E. Thomas, from a story by Richard Harding Davis. Savoy Theatre: 17 Mar 1902- 31 May 1902 (closing date unknown/88 performances). Cast: Charles Abbott, Edwin Brandt, Marie Derickson, Dorothy Donnelly (as "Madame Alvarez"), 'Edward Dresser' (as "Weimer"), Wallace Eddinger (as "Ensign Macauley"), Robert Edeson (as "Robert Clay"), Ira Hards (as "Captain Burke"), Macy Harlam, Harry Harwood, Thomas W. Lawrence, Gretchen Lyons, E.W. Morrison, Byron Ongley (as "General Rojas/Fileo"), Charles Ongley (as "Sandro/First Soldier"), Guy Bates Post (as "Captain Stuart"), Gabriel Ravenelle, Thomas W. Ross, E.V. Whitty. Produced by Henry B. Harris. Note: Filmed by All Star Feature Film Corp. as Soldiers of Fortune (1914).

(1902). Stage Play: Soldiers of Fortune. Drama [return engagement]. Written by Augustus E. Thomas, from a story by Richard Harding Davis. Savoy Theatre: 30 Aug 1902- Oct 1902 (closing date unknown/41 performances). Cast: Frank Aiken, Edwin Brandt (as "General Mendoza"), Ellen Burg, Dorothy Donnelly (as "Madame Alvarez"), Wallace Eddinger (as "Captain Stuart"), Robert Edeson, Ira Hards, Macy Harlam, Harry Harwood, Thomas W. Lawrence, John Meehan, Guy Bates Post, Gabriel Ravenelle, Lawrence Sheehan, Richard Sterling, Dorothy Tennant (as "Alice Langham") [Broadway debut], E.V. Whitty. Produced by Henry B. Harris. Note: Filmed by All Star Feature Film Corp. as Soldiers of Fortune (1914).

(1902). Stage Play: A Rose o' Plymouth-town. Written by Beulah Marie Dix [earliest Broadway credit] and Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland. Manhattan Theatre: 29 Sep 1902- Oct 1902 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast: Cornelia Bedford, Augustus Cook, Minnie Dupree, Douglas Fairbanks, Guy Bates Post, Mrs. Sol Smith, Bennett Sturgis, Edith Wright. Produced by W.G. Smyth.

(1903). Stage Play: The Bird in the Cage. Comedy. Written by Clyde Fitch, from the German of Ernst Von Wildenbruch. Bijou Theatre: 12 Jan 1903- Feb 1903 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Arnold Daly, Edward Harrigan, Grace Henderson, Charles Mackey, Sandol Milliken, Guy Bates Post, Jennie Satterly. Produced by Charles Frohman.

(1903). Stage Play: Hamlet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Wallack's Theatre: 28 Apr 1903- Apr 1903 (closing date unknown/2 performances). Cast: Clark Baldwin, Edward Brigham, William Brown, George Burrows, John M. Byrnes, Oswald Darrach, Henry Dickeson, Robert Edwards, William J. Harley, William Hazeltine (as "Claudius, King of Denmark"), Lemuel Josephs, John Lorimer, Edgar Maxwell, Frank McEntee, Doris Mitchell, Louise Morewin (as "Gertrude, Queen of Denmark and mother to Hamlet"), Henry Morton, Guy Bates Post (as "Laertes"), Edmund Russell (as "Hamlet son to the late, and nephew to the present King"), Jane Schenck (as "Ophelia, daughter to Polonius"), Edwin Varrey (as "Polonius, Lord Chamberlain").

(1903). Stage Play: Major Andre. Written by Clyde Fitch. Savoy Theatre: 11 Nov 1903- Nov 1903 (closing date unknown/12 performances). As "Nathan Goodrich." Produced by Frank McKee.

(1904). Stage Play: The Virginian. Drama. Incidental music by Henry Waller. Written by Kirk La Shelle and Owen Wister. Based on a story by Owen Wister. Scenic Design by Ernest Albert and H.L. Reed. Directed by John Stapleton. Manhattan Theatre: 5 Jan 1904- May 1904 (closing date unknown/138 performances). Cast: Agnes Ardeck, Harry Burkhardt (as "Frederick Ogden") [Broadway debut], Joseph Callahan, Frank Campeau, Scott Cooper, Mattie Earle, Dustin Farnum (as "The Virginian"), H.M. Gannon, Maud Gifford, Charles R. Gilbert, Margaret Grey, John Hammond, Harry Holliday, Elizabeth Hunt, Thomas P. Jackson, R.L. Jones, Margaret Leslie, Lucy Lovell, Charles Mailes, Joseph A. Maylon, Bennet Musson, Frank Nelson, Guy Bates Post (as "Steve"), Charles L. Robbins, Ella Sothern, Charles Stanley (as "John Taylor"), Frank Vail, Thomas Weadock. Produced by Kirk La Shelle. Note: Filmed as The Virginian (1914), The Virginian (1929), and The Virginian (1946).

(1904). Stage Play: Love's Pilgrimage. Written by Horace B. Fry. Directed by Edmond D. Lyons. Wallack's Theatre: 14 Apr 1904 (1 performance). Cast: J. Ayers, Nagle Barry, Richard Clarke, Forbes Curtis, Rosalie De Vaux, Roydon Erlynne, Mary Gardner, William S. Hart, Nestor Lennon, Edmund D. Lyons, L. Rogers Lytton, Fania Marinoff, Frank McCormack, Harold Mead, Carlotta Nillson, Guy Bates Post, Douglas J. Wood.

(1905). Stage Play: The Heir to the Hoorah. Comedy. Written by Paul Armstrong. Hudson Theatre: 10 Apr 1905- 29 May 1905 (59 performances). Cast: George Barr, Colin Campbell, John W. Cope, Edith French, Horace James, Menifee Johnstone, Wright Kramer, Norah Lamison, Wilfred Lucas, Frances Lynn, Louise Morewin, Harry Northrup [credited as H.S. Northrup], Nora O'Brien, Guy Bates Post, C.C. Quinby, Beverly Sitgreaves, T. Tamamoto. Produced by Kirke La Shelle.

(1909). Stage Play: The Bridge. Written by Rupert Hughes. Directed by Harrison Grey Fiske. Majestic Theatre: 4 Sep 1909- Oct 1909 (closing date unknown/33 performances). Cast: John L. Arthur, Edward Clayton, June Congrove, Jean Darrach, Katherine Emmett, Albert Gran, Shelly Hull, Merle Maddern, Alfred Paget, Guy Bates Post, Bernard Reinold, Leila Repton, Edmund Seraghan, Josephine Sherwood, E.S. Thompson, Charles Tisdale, William Wadsworth, Douglas J. Wood. Produced by Harrison Grey Fiske.

(1909). Stage Play: The Nigger. Melodrama. Written by Edward Sheldon. New Theatre: 4 Dec 1909- Dec 1909 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Lee Baker, Reginald Barlow, Pedro de Cordoba, Harriet Otis Dellenbaugh, Robert Homans, Ben Johnson, Howard Kyle, William McVay, Guy Bates Post (as "Philip Morrow"), Annie Russell, Beverly Sitgreaves, Robert Vivian, Jacob Wendell, Oswald Yorke.

(1910). Stage Play: The Witch. New Theatre: 14 Feb 1910- unknown (unknown performances). Produced by Lee Shubert and J.J. Shubert.

(1912). Stage Play: The Bird of Paradise. Written by Richard Walton Tully. Featuring songs by Sylvester Kalama and Kapule Kanoa. Directed by Richard Walton Tully. Daly's Theatre (moved to Maxine Elliott's Theatre from 22 Jan 1912- close): 8 Jan 1912- 13 Apr 1912 (112 performances). Cast: Laurette Taylor (as "Luana, a Hawaiian girl"), W.B. Aeko (as "Lanipule, a cane-cutter"), Estar Banks (as "Mrs. Sysonby, Sysonby's wife"), Gladys Byers (as "Miss Kennedy, a débutante"), Nance Caldwell (as "Konia, a woman of the old days"), W.J. Constantine (as "Mr. Sysonby, the missionary"), Clyde Crawford (as "Tomoro, a Japanese"), Herbert Farjeon (as "Kaia, a poi maker"), Pamela Gaythorne (as "Diana Larned, a university graduate"), Robert Harrison (as "Hoheno, a fisherman"), S.M. Kaiawe (as "Naihe, a cane-cutter"), A. Kawala (as "Kuakini, a cane-cutter"), Nona Kelly (as "Hopoe, a hula dancer"), W.K. Kolomoku (as "Kanoa, a cane-cutter"), Jane Meredith (as "Makia, a convert"), Craig Miner (as "Mr. Jameson, of the Sugar Company"), Margaret Nagele (as "Mrs. Crothers, a widow"), Albert Perry (as "Hewahewa, a priest of Pele"), Guy Bates Post (as "Dean, a beachcomber"), Virginia Reynolds (as "Liliha, a hula dancer"), Theodore Roberts (as "Captain Hatch, a planter"), Lewis Stone (as "Paul Wilson, a young doctor") [Broadway debut], Van Renseler Townsend [credited as Van Rensselaer Townsend] (as "Lemule, a graduate"), Lenore Ulric, B. Waiwaiole (as "Kapule, a cane-cutter"), Ida Waterman (as "Mahumahu, Luana's foster mother"). Produced by Oliver Morosco.

(1914). Stage Play: Omar, the Tentmaker. Comedy. Written by Richard Walton Tully. Lyric Theatre: 13 Jan 1914- Apr 1914 (closing date unknown/103 performances). Cast: Lee Baker, John Hunter Booth, Ralph Bunker, H.G. Carlton, William D. Emerson, Fred Eric, Blanche Friderici, Louise Grassler, Perry P. Hopper, Douglas Lloyd, Forrest Macomber, Henry Manners, Augustus Post, Guy Bates Post, Janes Salisbury, Margaret Vale. Produced by Tully & Buckland.

(1917). Stage Play: The Masquerader. Drama. Written and directed by John Hunter Booth. Lyric Theatre: 3 Sep 1917- Jan 1918 (closing date unknown/160 performances). Cast included: Louis Calvert, Ruby Gordon, Thais Lawton, James Moore, Guy Bates Post (as "John Chilcote, M.P.), Olive Temple, Edward Unger.

(1928). Stage Play: The Wrecker. Melodrama/mystery. Written by Arnold Ridley and Bernard Merivale. Directed by Guy Bates Post. Cort Theatre: 27 Feb 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/40 performances).

(1933). Stage Play: The Climax. Comedy (revival). Written by Edward Locke. Directed by Ronald T. Hammond. Bijou Theatre: 13 Jun 1933- Jun 1933 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: George Heller, Guy Bates Post (as "Luigi Golfanti"), Matthew Smith, Norma Terris (as "Adelina von Hagen"). Produced by Harold Hevia.

(1934). Stage Play: The Shatter'd Lamp. Drama. Written by Leslie Reade. Directed by Hyman Adler. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 21 Mar 1934- Apr 1934 (closing date unknown/37 performances). Cast: Jack Arnold (as "Second Storm Trooper"), Walden Boyle (as "First Storm Trooper"), Horace Braham (as "Roman"), Jane Bramley (as "Louisa Muller"), John Buckler (as "Johannes von Rentzau"), Owen Davis Jr. (as "Karl Opal"), Walter Dressel, Simeon Greer, Moffat Johnston (as "Dr. Hans Muller"), Milton Luban, Guy Bates Post (as "Professor Fritz Opal") [final Broadway role], Effie Shannon (as "Sophie"), Gilbert Squarey, Katherine Stewart, Paul Thorne. Produced by Hyman Adler and Comesy Productions Inc.

(May 1921) He acted in the play, "The Masquerade," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

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